The father of the missing University of Florida student said on Friday he will distribute flyers near the college stadium this weekend in an effort to find his son.
Carlos Aguilar wrote the message on Facebook that he is not stopping the volunteer portion of his search for his son Christian Aguilar.
“We will be here Saturday and Sunday at 5600 SW 34th Street, Florida Farm Bureau from 9:00 AM," the post read. "We will be distributing flyers around the stadium and creating a comittee to go inside of the field possible with the UF Gators team to make awareness of our son Christian search efforts. We are still searching for my son.”
But Gainesville Police announced Thursday that they will terminate their volunteer portion of the search for Christian Aguilar’s body Friday because large, general areas have been completely searched and other areas are becoming more “limited and exact.”
Officer Ben Tobias told NBC 6 South Florida that police plan to use only a small crew.
Aguilar, 18, was last seen on Sept. 20 with his Doral Academy Preparatory High School classmate Pedro Bravo. Gainesville Police charged Bravo, also 18, with murder in the disappearance. Aguilar's body has not been found.
Bravo’s attorney, Ron Kozlowski, said his client was cooperating.
“We’ve told you this before. Since the day the police first questioned him, they had him for somewhere between 8 to 12 hours," Kozlowski said. "They talked to him, they interrogated him, he drove them around town, he showed them what he said he knew."